Computational Bioengineering and Biophysics Research
Lipid Droplets Form from Distinct Regions of the Cell in the Fission Yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe
Eukaryotic cells store cholesterol/sterol esters (SEs) and triacylglycerols (TAGs) in lipid droplets, which form from the contiguous endoplasmic reticulum (ER) […]
Building Bridges to the Future of Modeling
Manolis Doxastakis’ research in multiscale computational modeling is building bridges between what exists and what’s possible.
Multiobjective Strain Design: A Framework for Modular Cell Engineering
Cong Trinh’s research team developed a Modular Cell (ModCell) design computational tool that helps guide rapid generation of novel microbial […]
Abel Receives 2018 NSF CAREER Award
Associate Professor Steven Abel was awarded the CAREER award, given by NSF in recognition of young faculty members making an impact in their field.
National Science Foundation Selects Trinh for CAREER Award
The National Science Foundation selected Associate Professor Cong Trinh for a prestigious NSF CAREER award, given to promising young faculty members as a way to support their research.